'A tragic error' — Biden speaks on US supreme court abortion ruling | TheCable

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‘A tragic error’ — @JoeBiden speaks on #US supreme court #abortion ruling | TheCable

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‘A tragic error’ — JoeBiden speaks on US supreme court abortion ruling | TheCable

US President Joe Biden says women in the country are now at risk due to the supreme court’s ruling that there is no constitutional right to abortion in the country.

Friday in a 6-3 decision.Courtesy of the reversal of the law, US states will now be allowed to determine their own abortion laws as they deem fit.More than 20 states are expected to outlaw or restrict abortion following the ruling.AdvertisementSpeaking after the reversal, Biden described the ruling as a “tragic error”, adding that it had expressly taken away a constitutional right from the American people.

“It didn’t limit it, it simply took it away as never been done to rights so important to so many Americans. It’s a sad day for the court and for the country,” he said.“Fifty years ago, Roe v Wade was decided and has been the law of the land since then. This landmark case protected women’s right to choose; a right to make intensely personal decisions with their doctor, free from the interference of politics. It reaffirmed basic principles of equality, that women have the power to control their own destiny and it reinforced the fundamental right of privacy; the right for each of us to live how to choose our lives.

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Wade, the historic 1973 ruling that affirmed the constitutional right to abortion in the US, on Friday in a 6-3 decision. Courtesy of the reversal of the law, US states will now be allowed to determine their own abortion laws as they deem fit. Oyebanji polled 187,057 votes to defeat his two closest challengers — Segun Oni of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), who got 82,211 votes, and Bisi Kolawole of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who got 67,457 votes. More than 20 states are expected to outlaw or restrict abortion following the ruling. “The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion,” he said. Advertisement Speaking after the reversal, Biden described the ruling as a “tragic error”, adding that it had expressly taken away a constitutional right from the American people. Advertisement “The United States Mission to Nigeria congratulates the citizens of Ekiti State on the largely peaceful conduct of the gubernatorial election on June 18,” the statement reads. “It didn’t limit it, it simply took it away as never been done to rights so important to so many Americans. More than two dozen US states are likely to ban abortion now that the 1973 legal precedent has been overturned, according to reproductive rights group Guttmacher Institute, a move that rights groups said disproportionately harms low-income women and communities of colour.

It’s a sad day for the court and for the country,” he said. “We note the election’s technical improvements including that the newly adopted bi-modal verification accreditation system (BVAS) functioned properly in the vast majority of polling stations. The opinion shredded the 1973 Roe v. “Fifty years ago, Roe v Wade was decided and has been the law of the land since then. This landmark case protected women’s right to choose; a right to make intensely personal decisions with their doctor, free from the interference of politics. It reaffirmed basic principles of equality, that women have the power to control their own destiny and it reinforced the fundamental right of privacy; the right for each of us to live how to choose our lives. Barricades have been erected around the court to keep back the protesters gathered outside — after an armed man was arrested on June 8 near the home of conservative justice Brett Kavanaugh. Advertisement “Now, with Roe gone, let’s be very clear, the health and life of women in this nation are now at risk.

“Make no mistake, this decision is a combination of a deliberate effort over decades to upset the balance of our law. It’s a realisation of an extreme ideology and a tragic error by the supreme court in my view.” .